N.p. People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, . Original poster announcing the June, 1972, Emergency March on Washington, organized jointly by the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice and the National Peace Action Coalition. Events included a blockade of the Pentagon and a night of "good cheer...dancing, music, and theater." In comparison with the previous year's May Day rally, the event was a failure, attracting only about 10,000 demonstrators. This poster apparently scarce; not found separately catalogued in OCLC (as of August, 2018); not found in the collections of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics or the Online Archive of California. Offset lithographed poster, 56cm x 44cm. Printed both sides of sheet; recto in red, verso in black ink. Original folds; mild wear to extremities, still a clean and fresh example, easily Near Fine. Double-sided poster with recto presenting a bold call to action, verso with a large map of the demonstration route surrounded by text outlining the planned events, with detailed instructions for marchers.